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Leah Caputo Spring 2019 - Summer 2019 Selected Works


CONTENTS


01. MUSICIAN COLLABORATIVE CO-WORKING COMMUNITY SPACE - IN THE PROCESS

02. WENTWORTH STUDENT UNION STUDENT UNION - IN THE PROCESS


MUSICIAN COLLABORATIVE

470 Washington St, Brighton, MA 02135

Senior Year: Spring 2019.

Senior Year Summer 2019 I knew I wanted to have fun with my thesis. I wanted to create a space for the community to enjoy. I focused on how networking affects people through design. Networking does not come naturally to people, and can be overwhelming. Most industries have the support of an office, the amenities, and the connections to make it easier. For emerging musicians they are on their own. Music is considered a different language. So, if a musician is more comfortable playing music than networking how is it efficient for what they’re setting out to be?

Hype Up the Tempo..... Design will connect musicians and the community through an inspiring, immerse environment.

Inspiration The gray structure and the black structure are two different geometry, but work together to form one structure. In my design, I create two different elements that represent sound and networking to form one structure.

DN

Conference Room Office

KEY

Stage

UP

Men

UP

Elec.

Sound

Mech. Storage

UP

Women

Coat Closet IT

Cafe

Sound Networking

Sound Booth Lobby Closet

Large Performance Space

Ticket Booth Mother's Room

SECOND FLOOR ENTRANCE

UP

Back Stage

Semi Access

Administration Access

Musicians & Administration

Musician Full Access

Community & Musician Access

Developed Skills: DN

Revit Skills Presenting Skills Development of Program Design Elements Enscape

Practice Rm 01

Practice Rm 02

Practice Rm 03

Practice Rm 04

Conference Room Office

Performance/ Rehearsal Room 3 Stage

Practice Rm 05

UP

DN

Men

UP

Elec.

Sound

Mech.

Bench

Men

Rehearsal Room 2 EMERG. EGRESS STAIRS

Storage UP

Lockers

Rehearsal Room 1

Coat Closet IT

Cafe

Sound Booth

Soundbooth Women

Practice Rm 06

Equipment Room

Practice Rm 08

Lobby

Drop Area Off

Practice Rm 07

3D Print

Women

Closet

Ticket Booth Mother's Room

Practice Rm 09

Large Performance Space SECOND FLOOR ENTRANCE

Co-Work

Practice Rm 10 UP

Back Stage

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Level 2

W ind ow Seat

Level 1


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Practice Rm 01 Practice Rm 02

Practice Rm 03

Practice Rm 04

Performance/ Rehearsal Room 3

Practice Rm 05 DN

Bench

Men

Rehearsal Room 2 Rehearsal Room 1 Lockers

EMERG. EGRESS STAIRS

Soundbooth Women

Practice Rm 06 Equipment Room Dro pAre Off a

Practice Rm 07 Co-Work

Practice Rm 08 Practice Rm 09

Practice Rm 10

W in do Sea w t

Level 2

DN

Conference Room

Office

Stage

Men

UP

UP

Elec.

Sound

Mech.

Storage UP

Women Coat Closet

IT

Cafe Sound Booth Lobby

Closet

Large Performance Space

Ticket Booth

SECOND FLOOR ENTRANCE

Mother's Room

Back Stage UP

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Level 1

PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR 1 1/8" = 1'-0"


Inspiration

Peg Wall Elevation

An abstract interpretation of a music sheet to create an interactive experience

Peg Wall Detail

Cafe

Peg Wall Detail Axon

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11' - 6" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F

8' - 0" A.F.F 8' - 0" A.F.F

8' - 0" A.F.F

12' - 2" A.F.F

8' - 0" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F

9' - 2" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F 12' - 2" A.F.F

12' - 2" A.F.F 12' - 2" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F

8' - 0" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F 8' - 0" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F 11' - 6" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F

Level 2 RCP

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SECOND FLOOR 1/8" = 1'-0"

8' - 0" A.F.F

10' - 10" A.F.F 8' - 0" A.F.F 8' - 0" A.F.F

11' - 6" A.F.F

8' - 0" A.F.F

12' - 2" A.F.F

8' - 0" A.F.F

12' - 2" A.F.F 8' - 0" A.F.F 8' - 0" A.F.F

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Level 1 RCP


Lobby

Ceiling Detail Inspiration

Lobby

Large Performance Space

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Large Section

Level 2 Hallway 10


Musician Collaborative

Recording Studio 11


CONNECTION PLATE

5/8" ENGINEERED WOOD

3/8" GLASS

STEEL STAIR RISER & TREAD 1/4" REVEAL

2X2 STEEL TUBE

STRINGER

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Glass Frame Detail 3" = 1'-0"

Glass Structure Detail Stair Tread Section Detail 1

Stairs tread call - out detail 3" = 1'-0"

BRAKE METAL

3/8" DIACHORIC LAMINATED GLASS PANEL

PLYWOOD

3/8" BLUE LAMINATED GLASS PANEL

UPHOLSTERY CUSHION

5/8" GWB

3/4" PLYWOOD W/ WOOD VENEER

BATT INSULATION WOOD FRAMING METAL TRACK FINISHED FLOOR METAL DECKING

STEEL TRUSS

DUCT

PERFORATED METAL CEILING SYSTEM

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Bench Detail

Bench Detail Section


Stair Section

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Music Library Inspiration

Practice Room/Listening Nook Axon

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Practice Room/Listening Nook Elevation


Practice Room Elevation

Listening Nook Elevation

Headphone Charging Stand

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WENTWORTH STUDENT UNION

550 Parker St, Boston, MA 02120

Senior Year: Spring 2019.

Senior Year Spring 2019 I really enjoyed this project. I definitely had fun with the curves and my concept of topography inspired me a lot. I learned the difficulties of designing for a larger building. As a designer, I enjoy getting into the small details and how people interact with those details. With a smaller building it’s easier to organize my thought process. Although, this is an individual project I am excited for the near future of working on a larger scale project among a team.

USING ORGANIC GEOMETRY FOUND IN USING ORGANIC GEOMETRY FOUND IN TOPOGRAPHY TO CREATE VISUAL AND TOPOGRAPHY TO CREATE VISUAL AND PRIVATE CONNECTIONS. PRIVATE CONNECTIONS. CONCEPT

VISUAL PRIVATE CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS

VISUAL PRIVATE CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS

OPEN TO BELOW

INSPRIATION

OPEN TO BELOW

OVAL SPACES FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

Developed Skills: Revit Skills **

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

Space planing Development of Program Concept

VISUAL PRIVATE CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS

SketchUp modeling Enscape 16 THIRD FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

OPEN TO BELOW

OVAL SPACES

OVAL SPACES


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Leers Weinzapfel Associates


KITCHEN

KITCHEN

GARDEN 1

1

SUN DIAGRAM

INSPIRATION

12' 11" A.F.F

11' 2" A.F.F

9' 0" A.F.F

10' 3" A.F.F

13' 1" A.F.F

9' 0" A.F.F

10' 7" A.F.F

10' 3" A.F.F

12' 8" A.F.F

9' 11" A.F.F

S2

3

3/32” = 1’0”

3/32” = 1’0”

3/32” = 1’0”

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10' 0" A.F.F 9' 0" A.F.F

11' 10" A.F.F 12' 11" A.F.F

15' 6" A.F.F

15' 6" A.F.F

1' - 2 3/16"

S2

S2

Level 2 3/32" = 1'-0"

S1

S1

S3

2ND FLOOR

2ND FLOOR

1ST FLOOR

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2

1

S3

S2

2

Level 2 3/32" = 1'-0"

S1

S3

3

12' 7" A.F.F

15' 6" A.F.F

1

8

12' 7" A.F.F

9' 0" A.F.F

3/32” = 1’0”

3/32” = 1’0”

10' 7" A.F.F

9' 11" A.F.F

Level 1 3/32" = 1'-0"

S1

11' 4" A.F.F

12' 7" A.F.F12' 8" 11' 6" A.F.F A.F.F 10' 0" A.F.F

11' 4" A.F.F

10' 7" A.F.F

15' 6" A.F.F

S3

12' 0" A.F.F

12' 7" A.F.F

1' - 2 3/16"

1

13' 7" A.F.F

11' 4" A.F.F

10' 7" A.F.F

10' 3" A.F.F

11' 4" A.F.F

3/32” = 1’0”

10' 3" A.F.F

12' 0" A.F.F

48' - 7"

11' 8" A.F.F

12' 11" A.F.F

13' 7" A.F.F

48' - 7"

11' 2" A.F.F

GREENWALLL DETAILGREENWALLL 1 1/2” = 1’0” DET

11' 6" A.F.F

11' 10" A.F.F

Level 1 3/32" = 1'-0"

SUN DIAGRAM

2ND FLOOR - RCP

12' 11" A.F.F

2ND FLOOR - RCP

1ST FLOOR - RCP

11' 8" A.F.F

GARDEN

Level 1 3/32" = 1'-0"

1

S2

S2


SECTION 1 3/16” = 1’0” SECTION 1 SECTION 1

N1

9' 0" A.F.F 9' 0" A.F.F 9' 0" A.F.F

10' 5" A.F.F 10' 5" A.F.F 10' 5" A.F.F 11' 7" A.F.F

10' 4" A.F.F 10' 4" A.F.F 10' 4" A.F.F 10' 10" A.F.F11' 7" A.F.F 11' 9" A.F.F 11' 7" A.F.F 11' 7" 10' 4" A.F.F A.F.F 9' 10" A.F.F

10' 10" A.F.F 10' 9" 10"A.F.F A.F.F 11' 10' 10" A.F.F 11' 4" 9" 10' A.F.F 11' 4" 9" A.F.F 10' 9' 10" A.F.F 10' 4" A.F.F 9' 10" A.F.F

3/32” 3/32” 3/32” = 1’0” == 1’0” 1’0”

12' 10'6"4" A.F.F A.F.F 12' 6" A.F.F 12' 6" A.F.F

3/32” = 1’0”

3/32” 3/32” 3/32” = 1’0” == 1’0” 1’0”

14' 0" 9' 0" A.F.F 14' 0"A.F.F A.F.F 14' 0" A.F.F

4TH 4TH 4TH FLOOR FLOOR FLOOR - -RCP -RCP RCP

10' 5" A.F.F

4TH FLOOR - RCP

3RD 3RD 3RD FLOOR FLOOR FLOOR - -RCP -RCP RCP

12' 6" A.F.F

3/16” = 1’0” 3/16” = 1’0” 3/16” = 1’0”

9' 10" A.F.F

13' 2" A.F.F 13' 2" A.F.F 13' 2" A.F.F

15' 6" A.F.F 15' 6" A.F.F 15' 6" A.F.F

15' 6" A.F.F

9' 11" A.F.F

11' 1" A.F.F

12' 3" A.F.F

11' 1" A.F.F 11'9'1"4" A.F.F A.F.F 11' 1"

10' 7" A.F.F

A.F.F

12' 3" 10'A.F.F 10" 12' 3" A.F.F A.F.F 12' 3" A.F.F

10' 7" A.F.F 10' 7" A.F.F 10' 7" A.F.F

9' 11" A.F.F

9' 11" A.F.F 10' 6" A.F.F 9' 11"

10' 6" A.F.F 10' 10" 9' 4" A.F.F A.F.F 10' 11" A.F.F10' 10" 9' 4" A.F.F A.F.F 9' 4" 10' 1" A.F.F 10' 10" A.F.F A.F.F 9' 0" A.F.F

10' 11" 6" A.F.F A.F.F 10' 6" A.F.F A.F.F 10' 11" 1" A.F.F 10' 11" A.F.F 10' 1" A.F.F 9' 0" A.F.F 10'0"1"A.F.F A.F.F 9' 9' 0" A.F.F

Level 3 3/32" = 1'-0" Level 3 1 3/32" 3= 1'-0" Level 1 3/32" = 1'-0"

Level 4 3/32" = 1'-0" Level 4 1 3/32" 4= 1'-0" Level 1 3/32" = 1'-0" 1

1

1

S3

S1

S3

S1

S3 S3

S1 S1

Level 4 3/32" = 1'-0"

S3

3/32” = 1’0”

4TH 4TH 4THFLOOR FLOOR FLOOR 3/32” 3/32” 3/32” = 1’0” == 1’0” 1’0”

4TH FLOOR

7 7 7

S1

S3

S1

S3 S3

S1 S1

5 5 5

5

6

6 6 6

S2 S2

4

S2

S2 S2

4 4 4

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The phrase “inhale/exhale� really began when I started to design the ceiling. The phrase turned into the overarching meaning of the building. A place for students to come and take a break from all the stress that school work brings. The building is one big inhale when one enters and one big exhale when they leave.


CEILING DETAIL

NTS

CIRCADIAN RHYTHM LIGHTING THAT FOLLOWS THE FLOW OF THE CURVE 21


SECTION 1

DINING 22

NTS

1 FIRST FLOOR


Fitness Classes Second Floor

The oval shapes started to be much more then what’s happening in the opening, but more so what is happening around the oval. For the fitness classes the oval shape aloud me to create a self check-in. Around the shaped gradient glass is a locker system and a bench, storage and a check-in.

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BENCH

LOCKERS

SELF CHECK-IN BENCH

One can walk in without interrupting any classes that are going on before hand. They will be able to take off their shoes, store away and lock up their stuff and check-in. The transition from the self check-in to bench will follow the same curve I’ve been creating at a smaller scale. Beneath both the bench and checkin there will be storage for shoes, extra fitness equipment etc. Around the corner is the lockers. When one opens the door of the locker all they see the gradient glass and beyond is the art installed. 24


The reception area for the Center for Wellness has the same type of banquette seating as the phonebooths. This seating I use in the mediation area, the group therapy area, and the counseling rooms. The idea of them is to allow student to have somewhere to put their feet up if needed.

CENTER FOR WELLNESS

1 SECOND

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same system of paneling and cove lighting along the wall. The room shouldn’t feel too dark, because it will cater to 20 minute naps rather than 2 hours. The privacy level is also different from the prayer room. Half of the oval shape space is the locker wall. Instead of a sink like the prayer room the half wall will have a bench.

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SECTION 2

NTS

SECTION 3

NTS


Coffee Bar Fourth Floor

COFFEE BAR

The coffee bar was a similar idea as to the lounge on the second floor. I wanted to create a space that would lead people up the building. The coffee bar will stay open for the clubs and groups to use as they please.

6 FOURTH FLOOR

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Leah Caputo Caputol@wit.edu Marshfield, MA (339)-613-7720

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